Are You Struggling With A Bed Bug Infestation In Your Wayne Home?

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If you wake up every morning to find a fresh set of bug bites on your skin, you may have a bed bug infestation. These bugs are so tiny that they are able to hide in various places of your home without your knowledge. In fact, most people don't even realize that they have bed bugs in their homes until it becomes a severe infestation. 

At Trius Pest Management, we have been providing pest control in Wayne since 1983. Over the last four decades, we have successfully eliminated thousands of bed bugs from homes. When it comes to bed bug infestations, there is nothing that we can't handle. Here is a look at what you should do if you see one of these bothersome bugs in your home. 

What Are Bed Bugs?

Bed bugs are small insects that have flat and round bodies. They eat a blood-only diet and will bite humans and animals for their next meal. When they are unfed, many people think that these bugs look similar to an apple seed. However, after they have fed their flat, mahogany-colored bodies will swell slightly, and they will turn a reddish-brown color. 

Bed bugs in Wayne do not have wings and are unable to jump. But what they lack in flying and jumping abilities, they more than make up for in their ability to move quickly. They will use their tiny legs to climb on your clothing and luggage. They will then use their small size to stay out of sight while hitching a ride back to your home. Most of the time, if you see these external parasites in your home, it is because you accidentally brought them into your home. 

Are Bed Bugs  Dangerous?

Bed bugs are not venomous and are not able to sting you. They will bite you, but they are not known to spread any viruses or diseases to people or animals. Even though these insects are not considered dangerous, they could pose a slight health risk to some people.

When a bed bug bites you, it will leave an itchy bump on your skin. The bump can be so irritating that it can cause some people to scratch excessively, which could lead to the development of a skin infection. Also, some people may develop a rash or other allergic reaction after receiving a bed bug bite. 

How Do Bed Bugs Find Their Way Into Homes?

Because bed bugs need the blood of a mammal to survive, they can commonly be found in areas with a lot of people. Some of the public places where you can find bed bugs include:

  • Hotels
  • Hospitals
  • Office buildings
  • Department stores
  • Second-hand stores
  • Dressing rooms
  • Breakrooms
  • Nursing homes
  • Public transportation

Despite their small size, they can crawl fast. If you lay your luggage, jackets, purse, or other objects near the bed bug, they will quickly climb into it and hitch a ride back to your home. 

What's The Best Way To Get Rid Of Bed Bugs?

Bed bugs are relentless bugs that can be extremely difficult to get rid of if you are unfamiliar with bed bug control. If you are seeing bed bugs around your Wayne home, the best thing you can do is call us today. At Trius Pest Management, we use state-of-the-art tools and professional bed bug control techniques to ensure that every bed bug is eliminated from your home for good. Contact us today to schedule your consultation.

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